Twelve scientists and organisations from around the globe shared a total of £250,000 in prize money for outstanding work towards non-animal testing.
Our winners collected their prizes at a glittering awards ceremony in London.
The ceremony was preceded during the day by a public conference with scientists and experts exchanging ideas and information.
The public Conference brought together scientists and activists to discuss impacts and share ideas.
Learn about the different prizes on offer, the rules on eligibility, nomination criteria, and how the judging works.
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